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The voluntary and community sector has made significant contributions to health and wellbeing, often reaching areas and communities that have been difficult to reach by mainstream health and social care providers. One East Midlands aims to keep the voluntary and community sector informed about these changes and where possible contribute to policy and strategy development.

Migraine Action - Join us in Milton Keynes 4 March for our Migraine Insight Event

Migraine medical professionals will be presenting on diagnosis, treatment, prevention and emerging therapies.

Updated Who's Who in Health & Social Care in the East Midlands is now ready to download

Updated Wellbeing East Midlands  regional "Who's Who" guide of people within the health and care structures; including clinical commissioning groups, health and wellbeing boards, local Healthwatch organisations, commissioning support units and CQC in each local authority.

Working with the voluntary and community sector

UCL Partners Academic Health Science Partnership and the London Voluntary Sector Council have jointly produced a summary of the key points made in six reports on the voluntary and community sector, published throughout 2016. Largely inspired by the NHS Five Year Forward View, which identifies the need for stronger partnerships with the charitable and voluntary sector.

CQC East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust Inspection - from 21 February

We're inspecting East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust  from 21 February. Help us decide what to look at.

Health as a Social Movement - Regional Seminars

The RSA will be holding regional seminars bringing together Vanguards, policy experts and practitioners from across health and social care and the third sector to explore how we can empower people and communities to take action for health and wellbeing at scale.,

Carers UK: Using Online NHS And Care Services To Improve Care

Carers UK has developed a briefing to look at the development of digital services, which have the potential to continue to improve carers' experience of arranging, managing and coordinating care, their ability to care for others and to look after their own health and wellbeing.

Getting Involved at NHS England - a new accessible film

NHS England has released a new short film called: Getting Involved at NHS England co-produced with people with a learning disability and designed to be as accessible as possible.

New online course for transforming learning disability services

A massive open online course (MOOC) run by NHS England has commenced for anyone working to transform care and support for people living with a learning disability, autism or both.

Digital-first public health: Public Health England’s Digital Strategy

PHE has launched their new Digital Strategy, explaining how they will make best use of digital to meet the needs of their users and fulfill their remit to protect and promote health and reduce inequalities.

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